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Crap From The Past - August 31, 2007: The 2007 Summer Of Pain! (August 31, 2007)

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A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber and heard every Friday night from 10:30 to midnight on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and KFAI.org.


This audio is part of the collection: Crap From The Past
It also belongs to collections: Community Audio; Radio Programs

Date: 2007-08-31


Notes

Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

Thanks to David Wiley of KFAI's Mystery Train, Glen Leslie of KFAI's Jet Set Planet, Mick Novak of KFAI's This Little Girl's Gone Rockin', Tom Novak and the jingle production team at KS95!

PROUD MARY - Ken Karey (1978)
LOVE LETTER - Giggles (1987)
CHOCOLATE RAIN - Tay Zonday (2007)
SAILING - Serah (released March 2002)
TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS - Tony Collins (1984?)
ROCKIN' ROBIN - Ebn-Ozn (1983)
LAST NIGHT I WAS CRYIN' - Louis
VOICE OF FREEDOM - Jim Kirk And The TM Singers (1980)
THE SONG OF WATTS - John G. Croff
MACK THE KNIFE - Jeff Gray
PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA - Jenny Lee And The Entertainers
GEORGY GIRL - Ray Bloch Singers
LOVE CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY - Ray Bloch Singers
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE - James Brown (1974)
THE GONG INTROS FROM JAMES BROWN'S HELL ALBUM
THE THUMP THUMP INTROS FROM THE ETHEL MERMAN DISCO ALBUM
BAD BOY FOR LIFE - P Diddy, Black Rob And Mark Curry (released July 2001)
RING WORM - Van Morrison (1968)
MR. BLOBBY - Mr. Blobby (1993)
PUT THE BONE IN - Terry "Oh No!" Jacks (1974)
PARALYZED - The Legendary Stardust Cowboy (1968)

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Reviewer: eazyekp2 - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - September 3, 2007
Subject: Summer of Pain!
The much anticipated "Summer of Pain" show certainly did not disappoint. In addition to Crap From The Past classics like Giggles "Love Letter" and Louis "Last Night I Was Cryin', we were introduced to several new entries that had not been on CFTP previously. These new entries included everything from the campy "Pistol Packin' Mama" from Jenny Lee and the Entertainers, the morbidly humorous "Song of Watts" from John G. Kroft, and an incoherent redition of "Mack the Knife" from Jeff Gray, all of which came through very well. However, the champion of the night was from EBN-OZN (a group that amazingly hit the Top 40 in the early 1980s with another song "Aeiou and sometimes Y"), an absolutely mind numbing and ear-splitting version of "Rockin' Robin". "Rockin' Robin" was on par with almost anything played on Crap From the Past previously, including the infamous Eurythmics Megamix from January 2004. I had the misfortune of listening to that part of the show while still in my car and the stereo on loud. I almost drove into a tree.
The show was great and I hope that they follow it up well in the future.